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Banyan Live at Winston's on 2008-04-11

by Banyan



Disc I, Set I
1. fade in/intro
2. improv #1 ->
3. improv #2
4. improv #3
5. improv #4
6. improv #5
7. improv #6
8. TV Eye
9. improv #7
Disc II, Set II
1. intro/Maggot Brain ->
2. A Love Supreme ->
3. Machine Gun *
4. improv #8
5. improv #9
6. improv #10
7. improv #11 ->
8. improv #12
9. improv #13
10. Fun House
11. improv #14
12. improv #15

* dedicated to Buddy Miles, R.I.P.

Line Up:
Stephen Perkins - drums
Willie Waldman - trumpet
Mike Watt - bass, vocals
Nels Cline - guitar
Norton Wisdom - live art


Collection BanyanMusic
Band/Artist Banyan
Date April 11, 2008
Venue Winston's
Location San Diego, CA

Source 4 track post-mix: {([2] AKG c460b/a60m/a51/ck3 (mounted below rafters ~ 15' back DFC, ~ 9' high, DINish pointed just inside stacks) -> 'vintage' mod. pres) + ([2] AKG c452eb/ck22 (hung from rafters above stage lip, split ~ 10', 8' high) -> 'transparent' mod. pres)} -> Busman V/T Mod. Edirol R-4 Pro @ 24bit/48khz
Lineage Busman V/T Mod. Edirol R-4 Pro -> PowerBook G4/Digital Performer 5.1 (import tracks; set 4 track mix; Bounce to Disc (w/ plug-ins on master fader: MasterWorks EQ (hpf: -12dB/octave @ 48.3Hz); Dynamics v3.3 (light compression); MasterWorks Limiter v4.3; Trim v4.3 (peak normalize)); split tracks; resample/dither to 16bit/44.1khz) -> .aiff -> xACT v1.58 -> FLAC (level 8)
Taped by James Bartoli


Notes

Live sound and PA mix by Justin Quiring

Reviews

Reviewer: bbing - - September 15, 2008
Subject: I have to agree
Nice job James.
I went to the last show in July and will be at the show 27th. Hope you drag tape on this one too.

Reviewer: Jim C. - - May 22, 2008
Subject: Another Outstanding Bartoli Recording
Another Outstanding Bartoli Recording

I was at this show and Banyan kicked ass as usual. I was so stoked for the Maggot Brain I think I freaked half the crowd out. They had no idea why I was so excited as a lot of them did not know the PFunk classic. They fucking killed it regardless and Mike Watt was so loud he didn't even get run through the board. Thankfully James comes through with a 4 mic mix.

James did a great job recording/mastering and deserves a big thanks for all the work he does locally.

Thank You James B!!!!
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